This will be a list of all poisons and drugs Bianchi uses. Or the poisons her touch mimics.
Other possible side effect that are just Hell messing with her poisons:
- Amanita Mushrooms -"Once ingested, they produce hypoglycemia and degenerative changes in kidney, liver, and heart muscles. Since symptoms are slow to develop, usually six to fifteen hours after ingestion and sometimes as long as forty-eight hours, the victim will not only eat the entire mushroom, but won't know anything is wrong and therefore won't seek medical attention until it's too late. Once the symptoms appear, the victim will feel a sudden onset of extreme stomach pains, violent vomiting, intense thirst, and bloody diarrhea. He will remain conscious almost to the end before finally lapsing into a coma and dying. The damage to the liver is so severe that in some cases, the only way to save the victim is with a full liver transplant." Bianchi uses a liquid form or as a garnish on food
- Arsenic - "Arsenic causes severe gastric distress, burning esophageal pain, vomiting, and diarrhea with blood. If the victim is given a high enough dose so that death occurs quickly, the autopsy will find only an inflamed stomach and possibly a trace of arsenic in the digestive tract. The poisoning can also occur over a period of time as small doses are regularly given to the victim. Since arsenic is an element, it doesn't break down, but remains in the victim's hair, fingernails, and urine. Any death occurring after several days will show arsenic in the liver and kidney. Long term poisoning causes burning pains in the hands and feet, a numbing sensation throughout the body, swelling and skin irritations, hair loss, weight loss, cramps, vomiting, nausea, visual impairment, and eventually heart failure. "
- Chloroform - At normal temperature and pressures, chloroform is a highly volatile, clear, colourless, heavy, highly refractive, non-flammable liquid. Medically, its vapor depresses the central nervous system of a patient, allowing a doctor to perform various otherwise painful procedures. Chloroform is toxic, especially its tendency to cause fatal cardiac arrhythmia analogous to what is now termed "sudden sniffer's death". Chloroform has been used by criminals to knock-out, daze or even murder their victims. Joseph Harris was charged with using Chloroform in 1894 to rob people. Chloroform was used to murder a woman in 1991 as a toxic dose was delivered while she was sleeping. In 2007 a man was convicted of using chloroform to sexually assault minors.
- Cyanide - "Cyanide can be swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin and interferes with the red cells' abilities to extract oxygen, causing an 'internal asphyxia'. The victim literally suffocates to death as he breathes in oxygen he cannot use. The effects occur almost instantly when the cyanide is swallowed, causing immediate unconsciousness, convulsions, and death within fifteen minutes. During an autopsy, a bitter-almond odor can be sometimes detected, but only by a few people. After death, the victim's blood may be cherry red in color and the skin pinker than usual."
- gamma-Hydroxybutyrate (GHB) - A big dose will cause rapid unconsciousness, respiratory depression and heart failure. Vomiting and convulsions may occur once the victim is unconscious.
- Hemlock - "Hemlock causes a gradual weakening of the muscles and intense pain as the muscles deteriorate and die. Though sight might be lost, the mind remains clear until death occurs. Symptoms begin in thirty minutes, though it takes several hours to die. Quail often eat hemlock seeds. They are immune to the poison, but the flesh from just one of these birds will paralyze a man."
- Methanol - "If ingested, it metabolizes into formaldehyde in the body. Methanol damages the liver, kidneys, and heart and causes the lungs to take on fluid and the brain to swell. Once the formaldehyde becomes present in the body, it can cause fatigue, headache, nausea, vertigo, back pain, severe abdominal pain, dizziness, vomiting, and blindness. Rapid and shallow respiration, cyanosis, coma, falling blood pressure, and finally death occur from respiratory failure. A person can ingest methanol and not feel any symptoms for twelve to twenty-four hours, which is much too late to save them. In order to survive, a victim must be treated within two hours of ingestion."
- Morning glory extract - causes upset stomach and hallucinations
- Oleander - All parts are deadly, including the nectar, smoke from the burning plants, and the twigs. Like digitalis, the poison is a cardiac stimulator, causing sweating, vomiting, bloody diarrhea, unconsciousness, respiratory paralysis, and death. It begins reacting immediately.
- Rhododendrens and Azaleas - all parts are poisonous, including the flowers' nectar. It causes nausea, drooling, vomiting, slow pulse, low blood pressure, diarrhea, seizures, coma, and death, and takes about six hours to begin. Honey made from bees that have fed on rhododendrons, azaleas, and oleanders is poisonous.
- Scopolamine - Truth Serum - Makes the victim unable to keep themselves from talking about whatever is on their mind.
- SP-17 or SP-117 - Truth Serum with no taste, smell, color, or side effects and when it wears off the victim has no recollection of ever being drugged.
- Strychnine - Not as fast-acting as cyanide or arsenic, strychnine is a colorless powder with a bitter taste that can be slipped unnoticed into a strong drink. The symptoms begin in ten to twenty minutes with the victim's neck and face becoming stiff. Then the arms and legs begin to spasm and soon the whole body is in an arched position with the head and feet on the floor. Death occurs from asphyxiation or sheer exhaustion from the convulsions. After death, rigor mortis sets in almost instantly, leaving the body in a convulsed position.
- Syrup of Ipecac - Ipecac syrup is a medicine that causes vomiting. In the past it was used to partially empty a person’s stomach after a poison. Given in large enough doses it can be fatal though it is hard for a victim to keep enough down for it to kill them.
- Vecuronium - A muscle relaxant in the category of non-depolarizing blocking agents. Vecuronium bromide is indicated as an adjunct to general anesthesia, to facilitate endotracheal intubation and to provide skeletal muscle relaxation during surgery or mechanical ventilation. Although vecuronium bromide is often thought of as a muscle relaxant, it may be more accurate to classify it as a paralyzing agent. Under balanced anesthesia, the time to recovery to 25% of control (clinical duration) is approximately 25 to 40 minutes after injection and recovery is usually 95% complete approximately 45 to 65 minutes after injection of intubating dose.______________
- Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) - commonly known as ecstasy (E), is a psychoactive drug used primarily as a recreational drug. Desired effects include increased empathy, euphoria, and heightened sensations. Specifically: Euphoria – a sense of general well-being and happiness, Increased sociability and feelings of communication being easy or simple, Entactogenic effects – increased empathy or feelings of closeness with others, A sense of inner peace, Mild hallucination, Enhanced sensation, perception, or sexuality, Altered sense of time. When taken by mouth, effects begin after 30–45 minutes and last 3–6 hours. It is also sometimes snorted or smoked. As of 2016, MDMA has no accepted medical uses.
The most serious short-term physical health risks of MDMA are hyperthermia and dehydration. Cases of life-threatening or fatal hyponatremia (excessively low sodium concentration in the blood) have developed in MDMA users attempting to prevent dehydration by consuming excessive amounts of water without replenishing electrolytes. Adverse effects of MDMA use include addiction, memory problems, paranoia, difficulty sleeping, teeth grinding, blurred vision, sweating, and a rapid heartbeat. Use may also lead to depression and fatigue. Deaths have been reported due to increased body temperature and dehydration. MDMA increases the release and slows the reuptake of the neurotransmitters serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephrine in parts of the brain. It has stimulant and psychedelic effects. The initial increase is followed by a short-term decrease in the neurotransmitters. MDMA belongs to the substituted methylenedioxyphenethylamine and substituted amphetamine classes of drugs.
- Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) also known as acid, is a psychedelic drug known for its psychological effects. This may include altered awareness of the surroundings, perceptions, and feelings as well as sensations and images that seem real though they are not. It is used mainly as a recreational drug and for spiritual reasons. LSD is typically either swallowed or held under the tongue. It is often sold on blotter paper, a sugar cube, or gelatin. It can also be injected.
LSD is not addictive. However, adverse psychiatric reactions such as anxiety, paranoia, and delusions are possible. LSD is in the ergoline family. LSD is sensitive to oxygen, ultraviolet light, and chlorine, though it may last for years if it is stored away from light and moisture at low temperature. In pure form it is odorless and clear or white in color. As little as 20–30 micrograms can produce an effect.
- Methamphetamine is a potent and addictive central nervous system stimulant, chemically related to amphetamine, but with greater central nervous system side effects. It is a white, odorless, bitter-tasting powder that easily dissolves in water or alcohol.
Immediately after smoking or intravenous injection, the user experiences an intense sensation, often called a "rush", which lasts only a few minutes and is described as extremely pleasurable. Oral or intranasal use produces euphoria or high, but not a rush. Snorting methamphetamine will lead to effects with 3 to 5 minutes, whereas oral ingestion takes 15 to 20 minutes.
Increased activity, wakefulness, talkativeness, increased concentration, decreased appetite, increased libido, and a sense of well-being are common, immediate effects of methamphetamine abuse. Some users become addicted quickly, and abuse it with increasing frequency and in increasing doses. As the pleasurable effects of methamphetamine disappear, abusers may use more and more drug to get the same effect. Using methamphetamine many times over a period of several days, usually without food or sleep, is often called a “run”.
Methamphetamine use increases heart rate, blood pressure, body temperature, breathing rate and dilates the pupils. Other effects include temporary hyperactivity, insomnia, anorexia and tremors. High doses or chronic use have been associated with increased nervousness, irritability, paranoia, confusion, anxiety and aggressiveness.
Methamphetamine can cause irreversible damage to blood vessels in the brain, producing strokes. Death can result from hyperthermia, convulsions and cardiovascular collapse.
Other possible side effect that are just Hell messing with her poisons:
- Excessive friendliness You want to help people, you want to hug people, you want to be their bestest best friend and never be a step away from them. If they reject you, either cry or stalk them.
- Regret Every failure you've ever had appears on your body as words like a tattoo. And sometimes start announcing themselves out loud if you try to cover them.
- Eeyore You completely let go of all hope. A little gray storm cloud follows you around and might sometimes hit you with a little burst of lighting. It's ok. It'll probably happen again.
- One hour love potion You fall in love with the first moving thing you see and are utterly besotted for an hour.
- One hour love potion number 9 Everyone else falls in love with you. They're all besotted. You might need a stick.
- Disney Princess All the wildlife is your best friend. They want to help you with things. And sing to you.
- Opposite Day For a day you can only say the opposite of what you want to say.